About the Course : This 06 months ( Weekly One day ) course This course provides indepth knowledge in Videography & Editing. It is a filmmaking course designed to be a hands-on video production environment.
Students will be introduced to the stages of film production, which will take them from an original concept through to a completed film. Students will learn the vocabulary of cinema-production, compositional rules in cinematography and film direction, and traditional shot techniques.
This course will focus on short films as an art form. Students will learn aspects of a variety of film genres including documentary, TV Commercials, narrative, dialogues, Short Telefilms, Silent film, Music video, stop motion, etc. Students will write their own short scripts, which they will cast, direct, shoot on DSLRs/HDCAMs, and edit on digital editing software. Students will present their films for class discussion and analysis. The course will conclude with students screening their films.
Campus : The course is going to be offered in the campus of Ramakrishna Mission Residential College , Narendrapur.
Enquiry and admission: students are requested to get in touch with Swami Purnamayananda Maharaj of Ramakrishna Mission Residential College at 9475485615 or with admission helplines of Gurukul Edutech Education and Research Foundation.
Online Admission Form & Payment of Fees : Please click to the link :
https://forms.gle/dsF2THRgX6pSSCNo9 or visit Ramakrishna Mission Website : https://rkmrc.in
12th Pass ( Male Candidates Only )
Six Months ( Weekly One Day mostly on Sundays )
Rs 12000.00 ( Rupees Twelve Thousand Only ) . In addition to it , Tour cost including transportation , food and accommodation will have to be borne by the student himself ( On Actual ) . All payment have to be made to specified account in online of Ramakrshna Mission Residential College , Narendrapur Only
The course is organised around a number of components that introduce specific information or experience:
1. Lectures: classroom presentation.
2. Demonstrations: classroom tutorials and demonstrations of technique.
3. Practicals: individual creative work during class lab or on location.
4. Critique: feedback on projects through individual and class discussion.
5. Slideshow/ presentations: history, theory current issues and practices.
6. Text and readings, discussion: technique, theory, critique and context.
7. Assignments: introduce strategies for creative solutions for course projects.
8. Conferences: individual and group feedback on in-progress student projects.